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Lula residents will get to vote Nov. 8 on liquor sales at restaurants, other establishments
Lula City Council voted Wednesday morning to ask voters if they want to allow liquor sales at restaurants. Liquor by the drink will be on the ballot Nov. 8 in the northeast Hall County city.
It looks like a liquor vote is coming to Lula. The City Council voted Wednesday morning to place a referendum on the Nov. 8 ballot asking voters of the Northeast Hall city if they favor being allowed to buy liquor at restaurants and other establishments. “We think that, to get some progress coming on Ga. 365, we’re going to have the liquor voted in, so I hope the people vote for it,” Councilman Garnett Smith said after the meeting.